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SharePoint TreeView Webpart

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This web part is the basic tree view that you can see on the Quick Launch menu. I created this web part because I needed to have only a Tree view of sub-sites on a front page of a WSS site. This webpart is security trimmed.

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SharePoint Search Bench

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SharePoint Search Bench contains a desktop app for testing and executing searches against a Microsoft Office Search Server (MOSS) environment and a .NET class library API for developers to execute searches homogeneously across both the Search web service or object model.

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SharePoint Stock Quote Web Part

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This is a web part for WSS v3, MOSS 2007, SPF 2010, or SharePoint Server 2010 that displays a stock quote for a single stock. Under the hood, this is a Data View Web Part and a call to a web service at WebServiceX.Net.

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Silverlight Web Parts for SharePoint

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This project will provide a set of integrated Silverlight web parts that can be activated as "Features" on SharePoint 2007 (WSS, MOSS).

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eLumenotion SharePoint Skinner

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This is a tool used to make skinning a SharePoint site via css or a custom theme much easier. If you have attempted to override the styles on an out of the box SharePoint site, you know that it isn't a very easy thing to do. The core.css file that contains the basic rules has 979 different style ... [More] rules. The core.css file uses a palette of 132 colors and 143 images. The default page of a newly provisioned team site uses only 61 of those rules. So, unless you have branded a lot of SharePoint sites and are intimately familiar with core.css and the default master pages and page layouts, just figuring out where to start modifying can be a daunting task. With SharePoint Skinner you can create new styles by altering existing styles in a WYSISWYG fashion. If you are not expert in writing CSS try complimenting Skinner with a good style builder like the one included in most versions of Visual Studio including the free Visual Web Developer Express Edition. I also recommend the free Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar to help find those hard to locate style elements. Skinner includes an inspector tool that helps with this, but the toolbar is a great help when the built in inspector comes up short! [Less]

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SharePoint Contact Us SmartPart

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The purpose of this webpart is to provide a way for SharePoint administrators to embed a "Contact Us" form inside a SharePoint v3 web site (WSS 3.0 or MOSS 2007). By default, this webpart sends an email to a configurable recipient address. It is also AJAX-based to avoid a page refresh once the form ... [More] is submitted or if a field is missing. Last but not least, the webpart has been built with internationalization in mind and currently supports English (by default) and French. [Less]

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SharePoint Vista Sidebar Gadget

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This is a sample project showing how to create a Windows Vista Sidebar Gadget that communicates with a SharePoint site via web services.

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Ajaxify MOSS

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stsadm commands for adding/removing needed web.config entries to MOSS Web Applications for ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 extensions.

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SharePoint Quick Launch

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SharePoint Tool for developpers ! Gives quick and easy acces to reccurent SharePoint needs. In one click, you will be able to : - Open "12" SharePoint directory, - Open "Features" SharePoint directory, - Open a new command window set to the sharepoint "bin" path, ... For each SharePoint Web ... [More] Application, you will also be able to : - Recycle application pool, - Edit Web.Config file, - Browse the web application, - Open web applicaiton physical root folder, ... [Less]

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CAML.NET

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A set of .NET language-based tools for creating dynamic, reusable CAML query components. CAML.NET leverages the power and flexibility of the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) to build CAML queries dynamically in code while preserving the syntactic structure of the native CAML language. The power ... [More] of CAML lies in its flexibility, but that flexibility comes at a cost. Typically, the cost is measured in lost productivity because it forces developers to work without the tools they need to ensure their code meets solution requirements. It also makes it difficult to effectively extend the efforts of others through the encapsulation and data abstraction that would be possible with a stronly-typed managed language like C#. CAML.NET addresses this problem by providing a rich set of static methods for easily expressing CAML queries and a corresponding set of wrapper classes for executing queries and then binding the results to any .Net object or data structure. Using CAML.NET, developers can build reusable query libraries and derive new queries from existing ones, adding value to their teams with each new assignment. [Less]

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